a-Name: Munsoor Mohammed Munsoor Mohammed
b- Place of Birth and Date: Medani city, Sudan. 1/1/1962
d- Religion: Muslim
e- Marital status: Married and father of 8 children.
2-Present address: Department of Hematology and Immunohematology, College of Medical Laboratory Science, Sudan University of Science and Technology
Khartoum 11116, Mail Box: 407. Khartoum, Republic of Sudan.
Office phone (249-***-******
Mobile phone +249-*********
3- Education ( Preuniversity level):
1- Medani Secondary School for Boys, 1978-1980.
2- Medani National Intermediate School 1975-1978.
3- Abo Zaid Preliminary School in Medani city 1969-1975.
1-Ph.D. Medical Laboratory Science/ Physiology, Sudan University of Science and Technology (SUST), Khartoum, Sudan, 2008.
2-M.Sc. Biological Sciences/Physiology, Jordan University, Amman, Jordan, 1989 (very good).
3-B.Sc. Biology, 1st degree, Assuit University, Egypt,1984 (very good).
5- Thesis title:
a-PhD: Molecular and Immunological Characterization of Plasmodium falciparum Malaria Infections in Gazera State, Sudan.
b- MSc: The Effects of Selected Extracts from Artemesia arborescene L on Smooth Muscles and Perfused Heart of Rats.
6- Area of interest: Molecular diagnosis of diseases.
7- Professional experience:
1- Instructor / Director of application of conventional and real time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technique in diagnosis of tropical diseases.
2- Director and instructor of seminars, meeting and conferences in medical and national products fields.
3- Director and instructor/Clinical laboratory Instruments, MD Program, College of Medical Laboratory Sciences, SUST.
4- Co-operator as assistant professor of Physiology in Faculty of Medical Laboratory Sciences, Elnilian University 2000 – 2008, Khartoum, Sudan.
5- Referee for several local and foreign journals.
8- Teaching Experience:
1-Teaching assistant, Department of Physiology, Faculty of Biological Science. Jordan University. Amman. Jordan. (1986-1989).
2-Lecturer of Physiology and Biology. Faculty of Science, Sanaa University, Sanaa, Yemen (1990-2000).
3- Assistant professor of Physiology and Biology (practical and theory), College Medical Laboratory Sciences, SUST (2000-2011).
4- Associate professor of physiology and molecular biology, SUST, 2011-2015.
5- Associate professor of physiology, college of applied medical sciences, Al- Baha University, Al- Baha, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) 2015-2016.
1-Teacher of advanced molecular biology for MSc program, college of medical laboratory sciences, SUST.
2- Teacher of advanced Physiology for MSc program, faculty of medical laboratory sciences, Sudan International University (SIU).
9- Supervision of post graduate students:
Supervisor to more than 100 graduate projects in Hematology and Clinical Chemistry.
Supervisor to more than 100 complementary (partial) master research projects.
Currently co-supervisor to 8 PhD students.
Supervised more than 20 students, faculty of medical laboratories, University of medical sciences, Khartoum, Sudan.
10- Reseach projects:
1-Molecular and genetic aspects of endemic diseases in Sudan.
2-Determination of reference values for some hematological parameters among Sudanese individuals.
3-Effects of natural products on various physiological parameters.
11- Administrative experience:
1-Member of the examination committee, College of Medical Laboratory Sciences, SUST (2001-2005).
2-College representative to the library committee of SUST (2003-2006).
3-Head of General Department.
4-Member of the Faculty board (2001-present).
5-Member of Hematology Department board (2006 to 2018).
6-Dean Deputy of the College of Medical Laboratory Science (2009-2010).
7-Dean of the College (2010-2011).
12- Memberships: Member of young researchers of the Institute of Endemic Diseases Faculty of Medicine University of Khartoum.
13- Extra-curricular activities:
1-Training period at ElGanim Medical Laboratories, Sanaa, Yemen 1990-1992.
2- Molecular Biology course (level 1), College of Medical Laboratory Sciences, SUST. 13th -15th April, 2004.
3- Theory and practical training course on statistical data analysis, College of Medical Laboratory Science, SUST, 24TH- 27TH May 2004.
4- Malaria parasite identification, parasite culture, in vitro drugs testing and establishment of malaria parasite bank, Institute of Endemic Diseases.
5- Participates in the organizing of the workshop of the health system and research in post conflict areas 28th-30th July 2005 Institute of Endemic Diseases.
6- Participates in the organizing of the workshop of the prospects of medical research in Sudan conference held from 29th-November to 3rd December 2005 at Khartoum.
7-Participates in the organizing of the workshop of the Khartoum Winter School of bioinformatics and statistical genetics, held at Institute of Endemic Diseases, Faculty of Medicine, University of Khartoum 2006.
8-Language and computer skills:
3- Computer: Computer courses (Introduction& Operation-Windows 98- Microsoft Office 97 and Linux courses (Institute of Endemic Diseases. Faculty of Medicine, University of Khartoum, Sudan).
1- Eljaili N. A; Babiker M. Y. and Munsoor M. M. (2017). Assessment of magnesium and phosphorus in Sudanese alcoholism in Khartoum State. International Journal of Advanced Research. 5(8):650-654.
2- Salih A. M; Munsoor M. M; Eltahir H. B. and Omer E. E. (2015). Molecular characterizations of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolated from HIV patients in West Darfur State, Sudan. American Journal of Research Communication. 3(8):52-66.
3- Munsoor M. M; Hamza K. M; Eltuhami A. and El-Hassan I. M. (2015). Immunological Characterization of Plasmodium Falciparum Malaria in Central Sudan Using GLURP. Public Health and Preventive Medicine, 1(2):42-46.
4- Munsoor M; Gibreel M. O.and El Karsani M. E. (2015). Nutritional Anemia Among Patients Referred to Hematology Laboratories in Port Sudan City. Clinical Medicine Journal, 1(2):38-42.
5- Badie H. D; Abdelbadie A; Munsoor M.M. and Khalid K. E. (2015). Mitochondrial DNA 4977 BP deletion among Sudanese oral lesions. European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research (EJPMR), 2(4):32-43.
6- Badie H. D; Abdelbadie A; Munsoor M. M. and Mohammed W. A. (2015). Histopathological Patterns of Oral Lesions among Sudanese Patients. Clinical Medicine Journal, 1(2):52-55.
7- Gibreel M. O; Elkarsani M. E; Munsour M. M and Gubartella E. A. (2014). Screening for hemoglobinipathy in Beja tribes and other minor groups living in Port Sudan City. Journal of Medical Laboratory and Diagnosis, 5(4):35-40.
8- Munsoor M. M; Algialy N. A. and Abdalla M. A. (2014). Detection of BRCA1 and 2 Genes Mutations Among Women with Breast Cancer Attending Radio and Isotope Center in Khartoum, Sudan. Journal of Science and Technology,15 (1):14-21.
9- Ahmed A. A; Mustafa M.H; Munsoor M. M. Abdelgader E. A; Muddathir A. M. and Eltahir H. B. (2014). Detection of Wilm’s Tumor one gene mutation in Sudanese patient with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. American Journal of Research Communication. 2(6): 83-87.
10- Aayd M.H. and Munsoor M. M. (2014). Assessment of Qat Consumption on Blood parameters in Yemeni Individuals in Sana’a City–Yemen. Journal of Natural and Medical Sciences (JNMS), 15(2):16-22.
11- AbdelAziz M. S; Munsoor M. M. and Siyam W. A. (2013). Association between Helicobacter pylori infection and stomach tumors in Sudan using polymerase chain reaction. Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. 7(4):769-773.
12- Munsoor M. M; AbdelAziz M. S. and Ebrahim A. M. (2013). Cervical and Semen Cytology in Infertile Couples in River Nile State, Sudan. Journal of Science and Technology. 14 (2):68-76.
13- Munsoor M. M; AbdelAziz M. S. and Suliman R.S. (2013). Histopathological, Histochemical and Immunohistochemical Study on the Association of Epstein Barr Virus with Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma. Journal of Science and Technology. 14(2):77-84.
14- Munsoor M. M; Algily N. A and Abdalla M A. (2013). Evaluation of Circulating CA15-3 Tumor Marker Among Sudanese Women With Breast Cancer. Journal of Science and Technology. 14(1):73-77.
15- Munsoor M. M and Ahmed I. M. (2012). Sero-prevalence of toxoplasmosis in blood donors in Khartoum State using latex agglutination test. Journal of Science and Technology. 13(2):38-44.
16- Munsoor M. M. and Ali S. M. (2012). Assessment of Complete Blood Count in Gastrointestinal Bleeding Patients Attending a Gastrointestinal Bleeding Center, Khartoum, Sudan: Preliminary Study. Journal of Science and Technology. 13(1):1-6.
17- Munsoor M. M. and Elkhair M. S. (2011). Assessment of Some Coagulation Parameters in GI Bleeding Patients in a Sudanese Center for GI. Journal of Science and Technology. 12(2):180-186.
18- Munsoor M. M. and Alabid A. ((2011). SCT Among Relatives of Sickle Cell Patients in Western Sudan. Canadian Journal on Medicine.. 2(2):20-25.
19- Saeed H. A; Yousif Z. K; Elhassan M. M; Atti M. E and Munsoor M. M. (2009). A Real Time Polymerase Chain Reaction Based Assay for the Detection of Escherichia coli in Patients with Urinary Tract Infection in the Sudan. Research Journal of Microbiology. 4: 173-177.
20- Abu Zarga M; Al-Qawasmeh R; Sabri S. Munsoor M. M. and Abdalla S. S. (1995). Chemical Constituents of Artemisia arborescens and the Effect of The Aqueous Extract on Rat Isolated Smooth Muscle. Planta Med. 61(3):242-5.
21- Elfaki R. M; Abdelaziz M. S; Altayb H. N; Munsoor M. M. and Gameel A. A. (2018). Molecular and in-silico analysis of single nucleotide polymorphism targeting human TP53 gene exon 5-8 in Sudanese esophageal cancer patients. Acceptance letter.
15- Seminars, Conferences and Symposia:
1- Seminars and workshops on preparation, writing and submission of biomedical papers. Medical Research Council of Uganda, Enttebbe 21- 25 Sep. 2008. International travel and accommodation grant.
2- Conference of the 5th MIM Pan African malaria, Kenyatta international conference center (KICC), Nairobi, Kenya, 2-6TH Nov. 2009. International travel and accommodation grant.
4-AMANET workshop on advanced health research ethics for investigators in Africa. 25-31 Oct. 2009, Silver Spring Hotel, Niarobi, Kenya.
A list of referees
1-Professor Ahmed Mohammed Fadlalla, department of physiology, college of medicine, international university of Africa, (+249) (0-123******, email@example.com
2-Professor al- Rasheed Suliman Modawi, department of botany, college of sciences and technology, al Nileen university, Khartoum Sudan. +249*********. firstname.lastname@example.org
3-Professor Babikr Ahmed Mohammed, Karari university, faculty of medicine, Khartoum, Sudan +249*********, email@example.com
4-Professor Hamodi Ahmed Saeed, department of microbiology, college of medical laboratory sciences, Sudan university, Khartoum, Sudan.+249*********, hamodi90 @gmail.com